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National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Weather Vinyl Bound – October 15, 1991
An Action-Packed Retelling of a Classic
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This book has exactly the information I was looking for (and more); detailed information about clouds - including hunderds of pictures - allow me to identify and name the different cloud types. It also explains very well how this all relates to the overall weather situation.
Although the book is targetted towards North American weather, I did not find this a major disadvantage. Weather situations in the US and Canada are mostly used as examples, and knowing the general European situation, information is easily put into context.
When ordering I was a little bit worried this was one more popular weather book with the standard stuff. No sir! This book definitely also serves the more serious weather observer.
There a two editions which do not differ in very many respects. Economy Press, which edition is long out of print, lacks a few photos compared to the contemporary edition. The new press is superior anyway, and has very clean transfers. The very old Economy Press is not as detailed as the new edition. Since only one edition of this sensation guide is available, it should easily be purchased with an impressive price. The older version used to be hardback, and had a different illustration on the front cover, still mentioning the authors however. The new print is leatherback, which is easy to carry and not bulky. The Economy Press may last a bit longer, but the new edition is more helpful in cloud identification.
Many Audubon field guides are recommended, including their guides to butterflies, insects, and birds. Along with the Petersons, these guides should be sought out.
This book is an excellent supplement to any pilot's training manual in providing visual aids for learning about spotting weather phenomnena.
Also, in general, it is very enjoyable to page through the book, as the quality of photography is very good.
This is a fantastic book for anyone interested in weather and particularly clouds. While made with North America in mind, anyone could enjoy this book especially the brilliant photography included with it.
With such good illustrative photos, surrounded by such exacting text, and in between vinyl covers, the NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY FIELD GUIDE TO NORTH AMERICAN WEATHER is hard to beat. And especially at the current price, I can't think of anything else that comes close.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A beautifully done reference guide. The photographs are beautiful and descriptions are clear.Published 3 months ago by Miss Marple
Very good weather book! Now I know about all the different forms of cloud!Published 7 months ago by travel girl
MY husband was so please with his book, It was just what he wanted. Good price for the new original copy of this bookPublished 7 months ago by thyme-sage